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elsbernd and he's worked hard on it, but if it is found -- if there are specific places to target whether technical or in personnel we do need to focus on that. as for free rides for youth i am screechish at the idea of just giving away free rides like that. i would like greatly reduced and families and where they need it but a blanket and children grow up and learn that is just something they should expect i do have a problem with that. i do want to help those in need but that isn't the first way to do it. >> all right. thank you. mr. crowley. >> muni moves more than bart. it's the biggest in the united states. for the on time performance it's tough to get around traffic and mitigation but they have a plan afoot and bypass areas that have bus stops on every block and that is one way to improve performance. as far as free muni for kids i support that but in practice we don't have the budget to support it and that's my stance today. thank you. >> okay. >> i took muni to get here tonight. i share a car with my partner so two days a week when he works in the city i get the car and when
? is it the electronsics? is it the employees or the trains? i would like to talk to shawn elsbernd and he's worked hard on it, but if it is found -- if there are specific places to target whether technical or in personnel we do need to focus on that. as for free rides for youth i am screechish at the idea of just giving away free rides like that. i would like greatly reduced and families and where they need it but a blanket and children grow up and learn that is just something they should expect i do have a problem with that. i do want to help those in need but that isn't the first way to do it. >> all right. thank you. mr. crowley. >> muni moves more than
elsbernd. i think he is a courageous man, and i am glad he saw fit to release those papers, because it did below the whistle on the administration, but he almost went to jail because of that. >> what do you remember of the day president nixon resigned? >> i remember that vividly. and i do not say i gloated over it, i did not. but i felt that justice was done in that case. and i felt the senate, house had approached the matter in a bipartisan way and the vote was overwhelmingly on the side of the president is stepping down. they did not actually take this step to expel him from office, but it was clear that was ahead if he did not step down. i felt that was a case where justice was served. i do not drop any particular glee over it. but i think it was the right course. >> president nixon was very afraid of edward kennedy running against him. i think at that time it was robert kennedy. i think ted kennedy seriously considered it, but i think it would've been in the summer of 1969 he came to the view that he just could not mount a successful presidential campaign after that tragedy. that it ha
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